Inclusive Language Around Abortion Costs Us Nothing, and Makes the Movement Stronger

It’s been—to put it mildly—a difficult few days for those who believe that trans and nonbinary people are (gasp!) deserving of health care. Public figures including New York Times columnist Pamela Paul, actor Bette Midler, and singer Macy Gray have all come out with statements indicating that the role of women in society is somehow … Read more

The Couture Crowd Celebrated the Legacy of Elsa Schiaparelli at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs

Last night, Schiaparelli’s current creative director Daniel Roseberry was chatting up celeb guests at the opening of the first-ever extensive retrospective for Elsa Schiaparelli. “Shocking! The Surreal World of Elsa Schiaparelli” at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris contains thousands of pieces from the designer and her contemporaries, from a Salvador Dalí coat covered … Read more

10 Adidas Sneaker Collaborations to Know and Shop, From Gucci to Khaite

“People are not buying Sambas to play soccer. They’re not buying Stan Smiths to play Tennis,” Omondi explains further. “They’re wearing them for the heritage. The shoe is part of the fashion zeitgeist because of the lifestyle and culture it represents.” The trainer with trend potential has evolved vastly since its original form, and new … Read more

Maison Rabih Kayrouz Spring 2023 Ready-to-Wear Collection

As much as his style is about purity of lines, ingenious cut and volumes as airy as they’re exact, there’s always an element of sensuous fluidity to Rabih Kayrouz’s design. The garments are built with a feel for movement that doesn’t leave space for any stiffness, no matter how rigorous their construction may be. “I … Read more

This Martine Rose Nike Collaboration Pays Homage to the Women of Soccer—and Underground British Subcultures

That “beautiful shape” continues to expand on Rose’s exploration of the Beautiful Game, which was first unveiled with her collaboration with Nike last year; a special soccer jersey inspired by the “Lost Lionesses,” a team of British female players that flew to Mexico in 1971 to compete in the Women’s World Cup after facing almost … Read more

“Pure and Simple” Was the Beauty Brief at Dior’s Couture Show

Dior’s fall 2022 haute couture collection was inspired by folklore and tradition, and took the work of Ukrainian artist Olesia Trofymenko as its starting point. Creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri contemplates fashion “through the filter of art,” the maison said, as the designer unveiled a collection woven with references to folkloric customs.  PARIS, FRANCE – … Read more

Maison Rabih Kayrouz Fall 2022 Couture Collection

As much as his style is about purity of lines, ingenious cut and volumes as airy as they’re exact, there’s always an element of sensuous fluidity to Rabih Kayrouz’s design. The garments are built with a feel for movement that doesn’t leave space for any stiffness, no matter how rigorous their construction may be. “I … Read more

Alaïa Spring 2023 Ready-to-Wear Collection

Pieter Mulier invited people to the unfinished space that will be the new Alaia store on the Faubourg St. Honoré—an architectural work-in-progress that he saw as the perfect foil for the feeling of his third collection: “something rough and something elegant at the same time.” It crackled with energy; the models collectively channeling a modern … Read more